The NFL season is still a few months away, but now is a great time to begin prep for 2021. The NFL schedule is released, 2021 odds for Super Bowl winners and division winners are now up for bettors, and training camp is right around the corner.
Today we’ll take a look at the Los Angeles Rams schedule, NFL odds, and more for the 2021 season.
NFL Betting – Los Angeles Rams Calendar Odds & Analysis For the 2021-22 Season
Los Angeles Rams: 2020 Season Recap
The Rams had a strong 2020 season, finishing 10-6 and beating rival Seattle in the Wild Card round. The success started with a strong defense led by star Aaron Donald.
The offense took a step back from its explosive play in years past. To remedy that, the Rams made a big trade this offseason, shipping quarterback Jared Goff to Detroit in exchange for Matthew Stafford.
Stafford is certainly an upgrade and will be tasked with meshing with the loaded offensive weapons in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Rams: Odds for 2021
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Los Angeles is tied for the third-best odds in the NFL to win the Super Bowl, at +1100.
They also have the third-best odds to win the NFC, at +550.
In a loaded division, the Rams have the second-best odds to win the NFC West, at +180.
Los Angeles Rams: 2021 Schedule
As mentioned, there’s no division tougher in football than the NFC West. San Francisco is the betting favorite to win the division despite coming in fourth last season. The Niners suffered an inordinate amount of injuries and should be healthy in 2021, just a year removed from making a Super Bowl.
The Rams will draw another tough division in the AFC West. The Chiefs remain one of the league’s best teams, the Chargers and Justin Herbert are set to take a leap in Year 2, and the Broncos have a secretly loaded roster.
Los Angeles will also play the NFC North, which starts with question marks around the Packers and Aaron Rodgers. If Rodgers leaves Green Bay, the division suddenly isn’t too menacing, with the Bears and their rookie quarterback, the Vikings‘ poor defense, and the Lions‘ all-around awfulness.
The teams on Los Angeles’s schedule:
- Seattle Seahawks (x2)
- Arizona Cardinals (x2)
- San Francisco 49ers (x2)
- Green Bay Packers
- Chicago Bears
- Minnesota Vikings
- Detroit Lions
- Kansas City Chiefs
- Las Vegas Raiders
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Denver Broncos
- Indianapolis Colts
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- New York Giants
2021 Season Prediction
On paper, this is one of the tougher schedules in the NFL. The Rams draw both Super Bowl participants from 2020, multiple other strong teams in the Colts, Chargers, Broncos, and Packers, and two games apiece against a loaded NFC West.
Despite this, the Rams are, and rightfully so, a favorite to win the Super Bowl this season.
The addition of Matthew Stafford may likely be the missing piece for this Rams team. They have an elite defense and a loaded receiver room. Add in skilled play-caller Sean McVay running the show, and Los Angeles has all the makings of a Super Bowl champion.
Consider betting them to win a Super Bowl +1100 on MyBookie; 2021 should be a strong season for the Rams.